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Summary

  • The majority of businesses would be willing to promote the service (86%)
  • Businesses are mostly likely to promote on their premises such as a poster in the store window (57%), when recruiting through job adverts (43%) and through social media

An asterisk (*) indicates a small base size, caution should be taken when interpreting the results

‘If we were to introduce a demand responsive bus service would you be willing to promote the service?’

Base: Total Sample (7*) *Caution small base

This chart shows that:
86% of businesses would be willing to promote a demand responsive bus service if it was introduced
14% of businesses would not be willing to promote a demand responsive bus service if it was introduced

‘How could you promote it to your employees and customers?’

Base: Those willing to promote (7*) *Caution small base

This chart shows that for those willing to promote the DDRT:
57% of businesses could promote it to their employees and customers on their premises (poster in store/window)
43% of businesses could promote it to their employees and customers through job adverts
43% of businesses could promote it to their employees and customers through social media
29% of businesses could promote it to their employees and customers through staff newsletters
29% of businesses could promote it to their employees and customers through their website
29% of businesses could promote it to their employees and customers through their customer newsletter
29% of businesses could promote it to their employees and customers through another way